REALME X7 PRO Posts on XDA

Realme X7 Pro and OPPO A53 are now one step closer to receiving their stable Android 11 updates

Over the last few weeks, OPPO and Realme have rolled out Android 11 for a couple of their devices through the beta channel. These include the OPPO A5 2020/A9 2020, Realme X3/X3 SuperZoom, and the Realme X2. Now, OPPO has opened up another ColorOS 11 beta program, allowing select OPPO A53 owners to test drive...

XDA Forums are now open for Redmi Note 10 Pro, Realme X7, Galaxy A32, Galaxy F62, Moto G30 and more

There’s been a flurry of new smartphone launches in the last couple of weeks, with the likes of Xiaomi, Realme, and Samsung bringing their latest budget and mid-range options to the market. To help owners get the most out of their devices and to stay on top of the latest trends and developments, we have...

Realme X7 Pro Hands-on: Don’t sleep on MediaTek flagships

Realme entered the smartphone scene a few years ago, but in the past few years, it has recorded some exceptional growth across the globe. While a good majority of its smartphones target the budget and mid-ranges, Realme also frequently dabbles in making affordable flagships and upper mid-range smartphones. The Realme X7 Pro launched in China...

Realme launches its MediaTek Dimensity-powered Realme X7 series in India

At the India Mobile Congress 2020 event late last year, MediaTek announced that it was working with OEMs to bring Dimensity 800U and Dimensity 1000 Plus-powered devices to India in early 2021. But so far, OPPO is the only manufacturer to have launched a MediaTek Dimensity-powered device in the country. However, that changes today, as...

Kernel sources for the POCO M2 Pro/Redmi Note 9S/9 Pro/9 Pro Max, Moto G9/G9 Play, Realme C11/C12/C15, and Realme V3/V5/X7/X7 Pro are now available

There is a direct correlation between the developer-friendliness of a particular Android OEM and their stance on publishing the kernel source code for the smartphones they sell. The companies are obliged to provide the source code – upon request – for any Linux kernel binaries that ship on their devices to comply with the requirements...

Realme is bringing 10 new smartphones, a smartwatch, a smart TV, 2 earbuds, and a bunch of IoT devices to Europe

Realme got real serious at IFA 2020 this week, revealing just how committed the company is to increasing its presence in the European market. The technology brand, which is one of the newer companies after spinning off from OPPO, has already taken the e-commerce tech scene by storm in India, and they're hoping to achieve the...